Peter King, AIA 

Project Architect

Peter is a Project Architect at Rowell Brokaw and has been with the company since 1998. Before pursuing his master’s in architecture, Peter worked as a carpenter and licensed contractor, and managed construction projects a Massachusetts based housing company, in Japan, Argentina, and England.

Peter's work at Rowell Brokaw has included design work and project management for Head Start facilities, homes for people with developmental disabilities, custom residences, and assisted living facilities in Oregon and California. Peter has also taught Media, Construction Documents, and Design Build at the University of Oregon. His expertise in computer modeling, rendering, and animation allows Rowell Brokaw Architects to produce presentation quality graphics and animated walkthroughs for clients.

He was the Project Architect on the Senior Center in Silverton, Oregon. the Relief Nursery Springfield Headquarters, and the First on Broadway Adaptive Reuse project an 2014 AIA Citation Design Award winner located in Downtown Eugene.

Peter is currently working on the Eugene City Hall project and the 33 East Broadway mixed-use development project in Eugene, Oregon. He also leads an office team design group to integrate Building Information Modeling (BIM) design software to the firm's design process.

Peter received his Bachelor of Arts degree from Bowdoin College in Brunswick Maine and a Master of Architecture from the University of Oregon.